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Do you suffer from chronic pelvic pain? Do you dismiss it as”this is normal” so you do not do anything about it and you suffer from pain regularly? If this is you… keep reading.. because I am here to tell you that pelvic pain is “NOT NORMAL” and I am prepared to dive into the root causes of your pain.


Pelvic pain is a complex issue that can affect anyone, regardless of gender. However, it is particularly concerning for women because it is often overlooked or dismissed as a normal part of being female. In reality, pelvic pain should never be considered “normal” and should always be taken seriously.

There are various causes of pelvic pain in women, ranging from menstrual cramps and ovarian cysts to more serious conditions like endometriosis, pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), uterine fibroids, and even certain types of cancers. Additionally, issues with the reproductive organs such as miscarriage or ectopic pregnancy can also cause pelvic pain.

One of the challenges in addressing pelvic pain in women is that women may feel hesitant or embarrassed to seek help for pelvic pain. This can lead to delays in diagnosis and treatment, potentially allowing underlying conditions to worsen over time.

It’s crucial for women to understand that pelvic pain is not something they have to endure silently or dismiss as a normal part of being female. If you’re experiencing pelvic pain, it’s important to seek medical attention promptly. At Vista Women’s Health we can conduct a thorough evaluation, which may include a physical exam, imaging tests, and possibly a pelvic ultrasound or laparoscopy, to determine the underlying cause of the pain.

Treatment for pelvic pain will depend on the underlying cause. Our patient-centered care allows for both the patient and provider to discuss different pathways to relieving your symptoms. It may include lifestyle changes, nutrition, exercise, medication, hormonal therapy, physical therapy, or in some cases, surgery.

The key is early detection and intervention to prevent further complications and improve quality of life. Educating the general public about the seriousness of pelvic pain in women is essential. By breaking down the stigma and increasing awareness, we can ensure that women receive the care and support they need to address pelvic pain and related conditions effectively. Remember, pelvic pain is not normal, and no one should have to suffer in silence.